CATCHING BABOONS with the HADZA PEOPLE (We finally got them)

Jul 22, 2021 - 10:19

The Hadza People are a remote African Tribe of Hunter-Gatherers in Tanzania. A few months ago, I was lucky to enough to be able to join them on a hunt for baboons. We didn't catch any, so we decided to return to try again.

This time for a 72 hour hunting trek, deep into the African bush. The experience I had, was one of the most intense of my life.

These people are amazing, and I'm so fortunate to be able to share this with you on Youtube. Enjoy.

HADZABE HUNTING EPISODE 1: Asking Hunter-Gatherers Life's Toughest Questions: If you'd like to plan a trip to hunt with the Hadzabe, contact GUMBO at:

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